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fields-- but frontrunners donald trump and hillary clinton are hoping to tighten their grip on their parties' nominations today. abc's stephanie ramos joins us live from virginia with a look at what we can expect today. the biggest voting day of the year leading up to the general election. voters in a dozen states and a us territory will go to the polls today with 16-hundred and 10 delegates at stake. super tuesday is here? the biggest voting day of the year leading up to the general election. voters in a dozen states and a us territory will go to the polls today ?with 16-hundred and 10 delegates at stake. hours before polls open?.the candidates zig zagging across the country holding rallies trying to nab those last minute votes in order to snag their partys nomination. cruz "let me tell the men and women of texas this, i will not compromise away your religious liberty rights." ted cruz hoping to win big in his home state of texas talking about religious liberty and the supreme court nomination nats rubio rally -"you know what they say about a
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marco rubio's barrage of insults against donald trump subsiding by the end of the day ?. but at a trump rally in virginia? tension 12:55:45 get em out of here please. a large group of student protestors?marched out of the event. and as they pass?a photographer from time magazine?thrown to the ground by a secret service agent. the secret service now investigating. sot hrc "america's already great- make it whole again" hillary clinton - hoping to keep her lead over bernie sanders? sanders "now it is time for massachusetts to lead the political revolution." but a fundraising email from clinton shows her looking beyond sanders and targeting gop frontrunner donald trump the latest national poll
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republican voters would support a president trump. ... here in virginia -voter turnout today is expected to be huge. much more than the last time both parties held presidential primaries. stephanie ramos abc news alexandria, virginia let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. gusty winds will produce choppy lake conditions today as weak low pressure moves across the pacific northwest. most areas will remain dry with above average temperatures through thursday, then rain and snow potential
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when deeper moisture arrives. a wetter and cooler weather pattern will likely return this weekend and next week with periods of strong gusty winds. the ridge of high pressure that has produced the recent new details now in a downtown shooting in reno. 38-year old kiley grayson is facing a murder charge after police say he shot and killed a man inside siri's casino. we brought you this as breaking news yesterday on good morning reno. it happened sunday night just before midnight. police say the man who was shot was an employee, but was off duty when he was killed. they say the two men were fighting when grayson pulled out a gun and shot the other man in the chest. we're told grayson waited for police after the shooting and was arrested. some sad news from squaw valley ski resort-- where a skier died over the weekend after a fall on the
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officials from the resort say the 62 year old woman was skiing in the 'head wall' area when she fell and slid through some trees they say she was wearing a helmet, but suffered multiple injuries. the body of a missing ski instructor who went missing at sugar bowl resort over a month ago-- has been found. carson may disappeared january 15th while skiing. rescuers found him yesterday under 5 feet of snow at the very spot where his cell phone last pinged. ben deci has more on the tragic end to the search. 5 grueling days of searching... in harsh winter conditions. all the while there was hope. but as that while turn into a long while, searchers were also realistic about how it might end. "when we had a ski circle at the
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sugar bowl and different friends and people showed up that we didn't even know, and told stories about carson, there were a lot of common threads. he was different. he was brilliant." carson's dad mike may is a skier himself- in fact he once set a record as a fully blind skier, traveling downhill at 65 miles an hour. he says the aim as a parent is to raise children who have passions too, and he doesn't blame skiing as the path his son followed. "be safe. travel with a buddy. use equipment when you can. you've gotta be thinking worse case scenario. but that shouldn't keep us from getting out there and making the most of an amazing sport." it's pretty clear now that 23-year-old ski instructor carson may got caught in an avalanche... he was last seen january 14th by his brother, who was skiing with him. despite the harsh conditions, scores of people helped in the search effort. "i could hear them on the radio, huffing and puffing...so i was hugly appreciative of their efforts." --tag-- again, it was rescue training, in the same area where carson's cellphone had last pinged... that lead to his recovery. mike may says that phone had been active for 30
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that was ben deci reporting scary moments for passengers on an mesa, arizona to bellingham, washington. daily free press.... the plane was forced to land in elko yesterday afternoon because of an electrical odor inside the plane. a spokesperson for the airline says the plane landed safetly and no word yet on what triggered that electrical smell. tesla is speaking out following a protest at it's gigafactory at the reno-tahoe industrial center. local construction workers picketed yesterday-- upset with the hiring practices at the site. they say one of the subcontractors on the job--a new mexico firm--has been hiring out of state workers instead of qualified locals. they say this is a violation of the spirit of the agreement between the state and tesla which requires 50 percent of the work force be hired from within the state. james: "workers are upset and they're angry that the state of
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dollars in tax incentives for tesla to come here and they're using that money to hire out of state contractors from new mexico and that contractor in turn is dragging workers from new mexico here." tesla issued a statement saying the dispute was with a third party contractor, not them. they added that half of the work force hired by the new mexico firm was from nevada-- and that audit of the project shows 74 percent of the the job site were is in full compliance with the agreement. the battle between apple and the f-b-i rolls on... apple recently scoring a victory in a different case... that could affect the terrorist locked phone case as well... and the results of our most recent snowpack survey are in... and they was... coming up, lindsey matherly will have your complete forecast. that's next on kolo 8 news now. "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with
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sanchez and lindsey matherly with your hour by hour forecast" our winter got off to a great start... bringing in the battle of the burgers, jack made a "declaration of delicious"... he took a stand for hand-leafed lettuce and fresh-sliced tomatoes.
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...with buttery bakery buns for all and america ate it up. true story. we're making every burger better, like the new double jack.
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us above average snowfall. but now we're falling behind. hydrologists are hoping that history repeats itself... in terms of a a miracle march. "in 2013 we were just done. it shut off after january 1st and we were done. but other years, even in 95 which was about our second biggest year, we had a significant dry spell in there about this time of year, and we thought we were done and then march came and we just got pounded." currently... our snowpack is at 96- percent of normal. which would be great news if we weren't trying to recover from a drought.
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content of the sierra nevada snowpack measured 130 percent of normal. fortunately the snow has not been melting in areas like the mount rose summit. water managers say they're focused on the april 1st snowpack, when it's historically at its deepest. they say the snowpack needs be 150 percent of normal, signaling an easing drought. gusty winds will produce choppy lake conditions today as weak low pressure moves across the pacific northwest. most areas will remain dry with above average temperatures through thursday, then rain
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when deeper moisture arrives. a wetter and cooler weather pattern will likely return this weekend and next week with periods of strong gusty winds. the ridge of high pressure that has produced the recent warm conditions will move east across the great basin and weaken later this week. the breakdown of this ridge will be a gradual
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as the first couple of weather systems reaching the west coast will lose most of their strength as they approach the sierra. daytime temperatures will remain well above average for the next few days, with many lower elevations having a good chance of pushing above 70 degrees today and wednesday. the first of these
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the pacific northwest later today, with the main impact being breezy to windy conditions this afternoon and evening. we are still projecting peak gusts of 35-45 mph in most areas mainly from highway 50 if you live in unincorporated washoe county-- open burning season starts today. things you should know. "residents with less than a quarter acre are not allowed to burn. pile sizes should be kept small, 2 to 3 feet. always have hoses and tools available so the fire does not escape. the burning hours are between 6 am, put it out by two pm and no smoke by three pm." reno and sparks do not
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allowed, you must have a burn permit... that's something new this year. permits are free. you can get them at the truckee meadows fire district's main office on east ninth street or online... just go to kolo t-v dot com-- for more information. ### subway in a little trouble for the size of their sandwiches... and mcdonalds whipping up a tasty dessert for easter... here's america's money... good morning. topping "america's money" -- things are looking up for your 401(k). >> well, after a rough january, the dow was up slightly in february. while the nasdaq lost more than 1%. but here's the good news. march is historically a good time for stocks. and april is the strongest month. subway promises your footlong sandwich will really be one foot long. that's part of the settlement of a class-action lawsuit that complained the subs fell short. >> the plaintiffs aren't getting much money, said one attorney. it was difficult to prove
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>> okay. and the easter bunny may be stopping off at mcdonald's. the fast food chain is now offering cadbury creme egg mcflurry. >> delicious. it's a combination of the soft-serve mcflurry topped with pieces of creme eggs. just one problem. only available in australia. >> oh, well then we gotta fly over there.
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>> have a great day jane's always on the move. luckily her light & fit protein smoothie can keep up with her. packed with 12grams of protein and no added sugar. so she can watch her calories and where she's going. light & fit feel free to enjoy. battle against the government. a judge in brooklyn has ruled that apple can not be compelled to help the f-b-i unlock an i-phone in a narcotics case. that ruling will be used by apple as a foundation in a much larger debate happening over a similar request involving the iphone of one of the terrorists in the san bernadino shootings... a case that is playing out on capitol hill today. here's abc's lana zak with more. both sides say they are looking after the security of millions of americans... the fbi says the data on the iphone of one of the san bernadino shooters could help them root out terrorists here in
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but apple maintains that writing a code to unlock that one iphone would compromise the security of millions of users ... cook: "the only way to get information-- at least currently, the only way we know-- would be to write a piece of software that we view as sort of the software equivalent of cancer. // apple shareholders are standing by their ceo--saying it is unconstitutional to compel the company to create software that doesn't exist -- cohn "we think that the fbi's attempt to force apple to attack its own security is bad. it's bad for all of us to rely on the safety and trust of our devices "> today on capitol hill, apple's top lawyer will be answering tough questions from the house judiciary committee... apple's stand has been criticzed by some lawmakers-- rep. jolly "i think apple leadership risks having blood on their hands." but a new judge's ruling--on a similar but unrelated case of a narcotics dealer in new york--potentially adds more credence to apple's claims that forcing the company to create new software to compromise the
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phone could compromise the security of them all. some trouble for one of google's self-driving cars. it's been in the first accident in which the car was at fault. according to the california d-m-v, on february 14th a self- driving lexus s-u-v was testing on the streets of mountain view, bus. the google car was looking to move into the left lane to avoid sand bags in the right lane. the car anticipated an slow down, but it didn't and hit the car. updated software to avoid similar accidents
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well we have a lot of candidates who want to be the next president... but it's a job that may be very harmful to their health...
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produce choppy lake conditions today as weak low pressure moves across the pacific northwest. most areas will remain dry with above average temperatures through thursday, then rain and snow potential increases by friday when deeper moisture arrives. a wetter and cooler weather pattern
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this weekend and next week with periods of governor brian sandoval will join officials from the nevada governor's office of energy for a ribbon cutting ceremony today to celebrate nevada's first electric car charging station in beatty. its part of the nevada electric highway project that supports electric vehicle use in the state -- ultimately benefiting the environment and nevada's economy. espn reporter and dancing with the stars host...erin andrews took to the stand yesterday. hear her emotional testimony on fighting depression since she was videotaped through a hotel peephole. why nevada has the highest rate of the sexually transmitted diesease syphillis. you're watching kolo 8 news now. for news while you're on the move, listen to our news partner news-talk 780 koh "you're watching kolo 8 news
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it's tuesday, march 1st. i'm amanda sanchez and i'm dave lawrence. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at
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gusty winds will produce choppy lake conditions today as weak low pressure moves across the pacific northwest. most areas will remain dry with above average temperatures through thursday, then rain and snow potential increases by friday when deeper moisture we've been talking about it all morning. it's super tuesday. today marks the biggest single day in the presidential primary race so far, with 12 states and one u-s

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